In 2011, Tyler Chafee joined Strategies 360 to open our Colorado office, growing a tremendously successful practice winning victories for clients across several service areas. He and his team have positioned companies like Microsoft and Xerox to help local governments better serve taxpayers. He’s also helped school districts and localities authorize more than a billion dollars in public revenue for essential facilities and services. Tyler was the General Consultant for the Proposition 106 campaign in 2016 that authorized medical aid in dying for terminally ill Coloradans with more “yes” votes than any other ballot measure campaign in Colorado history. Large organizations like the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) and The Colorado Health Foundation have looked to Tyler to help reach new audiences with innovative communications strategies. A registered lobbyist and veteran of dozens of successful legislative efforts at the State Capitol, Tyler has managed coalition and communications strategy for landmark legislation around health care, gun violence prevention and education.
Before joining Strategies 360, Tyler worked for a consulting firm and several advocacy organizations in Colorado and Washington D.C. With more than 20 years of experience in politics and public affairs, Tyler is a veteran of two presidential campaigns and has quarterbacked several successful statewide candidates and issue campaigns.
He’s a lifelong Coloradan and graduate of the University of Denver where he competed in Parliamentary Debate at the national level and at two world championships. He and his wife are raising three kids in Centennial.